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The meanings of Charlie Hebdo and the value of scholarship on comics and cartoons

This post was written by European Comic Art journal editor Mark McKinney and originally published on our blog in January 2015 immediately following the tragic attacks against the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris.   

Making-Over Northern Ireland by Changing Facades & Perceptions

Through art, architecture, and “symbolic landscapes,” post-conflict Northern Ireland is changing the “face” it shows the world. Bree T. Hocking explores this new identity in The Great Reimagining: Public Art, Urban Space, and the Symbolic Landscapes of a ‘New’ Northern Ireland. In the following short essay, the author explains some of actual and perceived changes, […]

Hot Off the Presses – New Journal Issues for December

The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology Volume 32, Issue 2 This issue features a Special Section, guest edited by Kirsten Endres and Maria Six-Hohenbalken, titled: ‘Risks, Ruptures and Uncertainties: Dealing with Crisis in Asia’s Emerging Economies.’  

Learning from Comics: An Interview with Philippe Willems

This post is the transcript of an electronic interview between Philippe Willems and Berghahn blog editor Lorna Field. Philippe Willems is the author of the article Perspective Games: Cham’s Heritage and Legacy which appeared in  European Comic Art, Volume 7, Number 1.